Silver Alert Issued for 16-Year-Old Connecticut Girl and Her 2-Month-Old
Silver Alerts have been issued in Connecticut for both a teenage mother and her infant son.
According to the Stamford Police Department, 16-year-old Odalix Martinez-Guzman and her 2-month-old baby, Bramiery Rojas-Guzman have not been seen since Tuesday, November 5.
Police say Odalix, who is pictured above, is considered an endangered runaway, and has been described as a 5' 4'' Hispanic female with brown eyes, black hair and weighs about 165 pounds.
Her son Bramiery has been decribed as having brown eyes, black hair, and weighs approximately 15 pounds.
Anyone who may have seen the mother and child, or may have any information about their whereabouts is urged to call the Stamford Police Department immediately at 203-977-4921.
Typically, a Silver Alert is issued when either an elderly person age 65 or older or someone who may be mentally impaired goes missing. The law mandates that law enforcement officials must begin their search immediately once the alert is issued, according to 211ct.org.